Lighthouse Media Works services the greater Tampa Bay area focusing on east Hillsborough County including Temple Terrace, Brandon and Plant City.
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The Temple Terrace Parks & Rec. department wanted to produce a promo to run on the City's cable channel but had a limited budget for production time. By making use of their collection of still photos of the many parks in the community, we were able to spend the production time shooting the children's programs and the pool area. Animating digital photos is an excellent way to extend your production budget with media resources you already have on hand!
Flowers To Eat wanted a video on their website that highlighted their amazing edible arrangement but also the classes they offer. Lighthouse Media Works also produced the video classes. It is good marketing and communication practice to have a short video to introduce viewers to your website's content.
SerenBe Day Spa had two goals for their video: First, they wanted to give the visitor to their site the experience of actually visiting the spa and, secondly, they wanted to highlight the special couples's experience they offer. This video is a great example of using the power of video to give your clients the experience of using your services.
Pre-schools have a bit of a problem. Parents want to know as much about a school as possible but often do not have the time to visit as many schools as they would like. St. Mark's Pre-school produced a video that used the power of parent testimonies, experiential elements showing the kids learning and playing and a bit of instructional video with the school's Director talking about the program. Having this video as a DVD to show parents helped their enrollment efforts. Combining different market approaches such as testimonials, experiential and instruction or demonstration can make your video a powerful tool.
The Temple Terrace Chamber of Commerce presents two community awards every year. For these award dinners, they produce a video that highlights the award's sponsors and introduces the three finalists. The winner is announced after the introduction video. This is the Business of the Year introduction video with photos of the winner SerenBe Day Spa added at the end for play on the Chamber's website.
This is the introduction video for the Citizen of the Year 2009 Award Dinner. In the past, someone would read the bios of each finalist. This became a bit long and boring. The videos have been a great success because it gives the event/award sponsors more exposure than just a program ad or room banner. The power of video also shows and tells us the work the finalist do in a way a written bio never could. The Rotary Club won.
This is a PSA for the Temple Terrace Expo we cut to run on a local TV station. The great thing about video footage is once you have it you can reuse it in so many ways.
And speaking of the Expo…This is a longer form promotional piece Lighthouse Media Works did for the Chamber regarding the Expo.
MarkMaster started as a small family owned rubber stamp company in the 1930s and has become the largest custom marking and identification manufacturer in the world. They wanted a video their sales people could play on their laptops to give clients a taste of the history of the company and the direction they were heading in. This is the video we produced for them. It makes use of historical photos, product shots from MarkMaster's catalogue, stock footage from Lighthouse Media Works' library and some motion graphics.